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Earthwise 50220 20-Inch 12 Amp Side Discharge/Mulching/Bagging Electric Lawn Mower

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  • 3 in 1 - Side Discharge - Mulch - Rear Bag
  • Single Lever Height Adjustment 1 1/2-Inch to 4-Inch
  • Easy On and Off Mulch Plug and Bag
  • Comfort V Handle with Cushion Grip
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Power Source corded-electric corded-electric corded-electric corded-electric
Length 42 inches 28.4 inches 31.5 inches 42.25 inches
Height 52 inches 20.3 inches 23.2 inches 24.9 inches
Width 21 inches 15.75 inches 17.2 inches 59.9 inches
Weight 62 pounds 37.5 pounds 53.1 pounds 57 pounds
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Part Number 50220
Item Weight62 pounds
Product Dimensions42 x 21 x 52 inches
Item model number50220
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB004H4X6ME
Best Sellers Rank #30,515 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See top 100)
Shipping Weight65 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
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Date First AvailableDecember 20, 2010
  
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Product Description

The Earthwise 20-Inch Corded Electric lawn Mower requires no gas, no oil, no fumes and starts every time. The 3 in 1 system has a side discharge, mulches or you can rear bag your clippings. A single lever height adjustment makes it easy to change the mowing height for a professionally cut lawn. The 20-Inch Earthwise corded mower is the clean air choice.

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Customer Reviews

It is light and easy to maneuver.
Mark E. Spencer
To keep the cord out of the way while mowing it is best to start closest to the outlet and mow in a back and forth pattern moving away from the outlet.
Consumer1
The mower is very sturdy, the screws and connections are not too tight or too loose, they all fit snugly.
sheeptribe

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51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Johnny B on April 13, 2012
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I bought this mower after exhaustively reading reviews all over the net. It is a very good mower. A few points.

Installation: People wrote they unpacked and had it running in 20 minutes. Assembly actually only takes 3 minutes--the other 17 minutes is taking off all the protective packing.

Mulching: This mower's mulching capabilities (at least with a new sharp blade) are tremendous. The grass was cut so fine that I thought it really wasn't being cut - until I looked behind me and saw the lawn cut beautifully.

Cord: You just have to live with it. No gas, no oil, little maintenace all are wonderful. Would have liked a cordless but too many problems based on reviews.

Mulching makes the cord easier. If you are bagging or side discharging, it may get in the way.

All in all, highly recommended.
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36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By sheeptribe on June 17, 2013
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I've been using an electric lawn mower since I was a little kid, and I'm now in my 30s. So I know my way around these things pretty well (in 20+ years I've only ever mowed the cord once, it can be done). Before this Earthwise mower I had an 18" Black & Decker with a flip-over handle and a 6.5 amp motor. Can you believe it soldiered on for all this time? But it finally went to lawnmower heaven. Guess I won't be leaving it for my kids after all.

This is my first day with the Earthwise with no big issues. If any significant problems arise I'll update this rating. For right now it feels pretty solid. It should be possible to get 10+ out of this one.

There's practically no assembly, just unpacking. It went very quickly like most of the reviewers said. But there are these two little pieces of cardboard jammed into the lower handle assembly that were harder to get off than I thought they'd be. Having a flat-head screwdriver around to pry those things out might be a good idea. The parts are very well machined and put together. The mower is very sturdy, the screws and connections are not too tight or too loose, they all fit snugly.

It went through its first paces today doing these two adjacent lots with the grass at about 8" height. This isn't Phoenix. The grass really grows in Chicago. I figured the best possible test was to do that with the mulcher and I'm very satisfied with the job it did. I'm not overly impressed with the power because the old B&D 6.5 amp motors for some reason ran really strong at 4000 rpm. Mowers on the market today pull more power out of the wall (12 amps here) but seem to only run at about 3500 rpm. So, it's not as powerful as the old one but it's powerful enough.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Cheaprudy on February 14, 2013
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I have found myself at that age where my patience and tolerance for mechanical things rival the memory capacity of a gnat. As such, I have given up on any gasoline powered lawn & garden device.

This mower was my first venture into the electric world of yard equipment. I figured if I'm gonna go, go big. It has really paid off too. I am more than pleased with the performance of this unit. I researched a few of the 'name brand' units, with many of them a bit less expensive. But I kept coming back to this unit mainly due to other postive reviews and the fact that the frame is metal, not plasctic that a lot of the other electrics had. I certainly didn't want a spinning blade at my feet being supported by plastic.

The cord can be a real pain when on the back end of the yard with 100' out in play. But even with that I don't have to pull and cuss and kick and cuss and breath hard pulling on a gas model each year trying to get it to run. Plug it up and go. Every time. That is worth a dollar or two at least.

If and when it fails, I will be buying another. But then of course, as it is with most 'good' things, the manufacturer will hire some snot nosed fresh out of college engineer who has a 'better idea' and redesign it to the point of being another also ran. Maybe I should go ahead and buy the replacement while I can..........

*****Season 2 update July 22, 2014

Mower still going strong. Absolutely no issues with operation at all. Even better this year as I have one of my sons doing the cutting with it. He has broken off some of the plastic flap on the rear to deflect items, but he did that with every gas mower too. Still an excellent item.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Matenai on May 23, 2012
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I was waiting on availability of another similar mower for a few months and gave up and bought this one. Very happy with power, features, and options. However I was not happy with the rubber dam at the back of the mower that folds into the cutting path when pulled back. On the lowest setting the blade chopped it up. I checked installation and it was correct so it is a design issue. There is a round bottom that should be much larger in diameter so it cannot fold back under the mower. Also, this is a thin steel housing but it is steel. I suspect it will not last as long as my Lawnboy that I had for 30 years! So far it runs great and has power. It is light and easy to move around. Love the feel and the larger wheels in the back.

Most of the metal is thinner than one would expect from such a piece of equipment...I suspect this is a steel saving measure due to high prices for steel. In the long run I suspect this will be the downfall. The blade is about half the thickness of most blades on my other mowers. I have used it three times...big nicks in blades and rubber dam is trash.

I am happy with how it works for now...time will tell.

I am going to request they replace the rear mower flap under warranty...will let you know how it goes in a followup on this review.
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